Get Fit With This Pregnancy And Postnatal Fitness Video


by Alison Coldridge |
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Want to keep yourself fit and healthy throughout your pregnancy? Or looking to regain your pre-pregnancy figure, strength and energy? Try out our pre- and post-natal fitness workout with Instructor Live’s Hester Campbell

Perfect for all both mums and mums-to-be, this 45-minute yoga and Pilates fitness workout video boasts a beneficial and calming workout that you can fit in to your life. 

Instructor Live fitness expert Hester Campbell will demonstrate each movement while talking you through its benefits and how it should feel.

Hester Campbell will demonstrate each movement while talking you through its benefits and how it should feel

For each exercise, Hester will clearly show how a pregnant women and a new mum should carry out the movement – and when you should stop. So you’ll know what’s safe for you.

You’ll take part in a series of gentle stretches, designed to strengthen your core and abdominal muscles and relieve any tension build-up in your back that can come with pregnancy.

Liked this workout video? Check out our postnatal yoga workout right here on M&B.

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